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The Glossary of m-VAS and Mobile Apps: A – M

Posted in Value added services and applications by Manas Ganguly on April 27, 2010

More than half of the people globally will access the Internet first time from their mobiles. Applications will lead the way to Internet acceptability by enabling task/purpose specific content and traffic. Here’s my compilation of things that will lead the increasing Mobile VAS/Mobile Internet acceptance. A few of these applications such as Mobile money transfer, Mobile Healthcare, Education Classes through Mobile will be ground breaking in scope and scale.

This list is a good reckoner and starting material to understanding how mobile VAS applications would alter the way of lives for billions. CMOs and CTOs could use this list as a check list to check whether their offerings are close or relevant to this glossary.

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  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Manas Ganguly, Manas Ganguly. Manas Ganguly said: The Glossary of m-VAS: A – M: More than half of the people globally will access the Internet first time from their… http://bit.ly/cxwPtn […]

  2. […] : "http%3A%2F%2Fronnie05.wordpress.com%2F2010%2F04%2F27%2F78tr%2F" } In continuation of my earlier post discussing the key terms of the Mobile VAS and Mobile Apps globally, this is the follow up post on the key terms N to […]

  3. […] Consumers are increasingly taking to internet services. An example to this effect is 170 million application downloads in one month (November 2009). The ubiquity of mobile devices has driven adoption of internet based services. Consumer inspired innovation and a falling cost of acquisition of feature and smart-phones are the sub factors powering users adopting and accessing more and more services and applications through their mobile phones. […]


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